Country Music power couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have returned to Las Vegas for a limited series of encore performances at The Venetian following an incredibly successful ten week residency a few months ago.
The married superstars have toured together before, selling out massive venues all across the world. But their Soul2Soul residency in Las Vegas promises to deliver something truly unique, romantic, and intimate.
While the mega-selling couple is used to playing sold-out stadiums and arenas that seat more than 50,000 screaming fans all over the country, the venue at The Venetian is much smaller, with just 1,815 seats. The size of the venue will allow the duo to put on a more intimate and personal show than they’ve ever done before. but it also means that tickets will be extremely hard to come by. It’s no wonder that The Venetian has set a strict limit on the number of tickets fans can purchase.
Even more unique to the residency is the fact that the couple will share the stage together for nearly the entire running time of each show. While the original Soul2Soul tour featured a few duets between the couple, the two superstars mostly performed their own songs with their own backing bands and didn’t share the stage for long. In their Las Vegas shows, the focus is on McGraw and Hill performing together. While most of the duets were love ballads on the tour, the couple gets down on more up-tempo hits together as they team up to dig into their endless catalogue of number one hits, deep cuts, and covers of legendary duets from historic parings like George Jones with Tammy Wynette, Marvin Gaye with Tammi Terrell, and even David Bowie with Queen. Hill is a Springsteen fanatic and the couple plans to cover The Boss’s If I should Fall Behind.
The Tim McGraw and Faith Hill: Soul2Soul limited encore shows presents a second chance for fans to experience two of the most successful country stars of all time take the stage together and share their love through music in front of an intimate audience.